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Shannon Dorsey
Associate Professor in Psychology, University of Washington, mental health, implementation science, evidence-based treatments
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 18
Replying to @noah_triplett
Definitely the sign of success! :-)
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 17
Replying to @Rsbeidas
Me too! Because of it (at work and home) Will. (5) recently asked, “mom, why it it ‘0h boy’ and ‘oh man”? Keep it up friend! We’re changing things.
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 17
So excited about our hire of Kate Foster in and ! Presenting her inter-individual and intra-individual heterogeneity modeling approach, talking applications to global MH.
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 16
Ha! I took a picture of that slide too.
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 15
Proud to hear promotion talk - awesome work and a great colleague! Great discussion about self-report and behavioral tasks in his area.
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 9
Replying to @noah_triplett
And they really liked your ideas! That was fun!
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 9
Awww- thanks friend! Appreciate the text too!
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 9
And- then others can use it/view it inappropriately as some kind of “conclusive” information (usually my fear).
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 5
Wonderful wonderful news! Congratulations!
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Cara Lewis Oct 4
I am excited to lead the Researchch Program Core of our P50 to test and refine our methods for integrating and with this amazing group of colleagues and others!
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Shannon Dorsey Oct 5
So excited about OPTICC funding! Looking forward to the amazing work.
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 27
Thank you Kevin! is an amazing partner!
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 25
Thanks Aaron- so glad you collaborated with us on this, and super proud of Grace Woodard’s work!
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 20
Thank you! I loved seeing your talk on the agenda and proud post!
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 20
lay supervisors presented to WA State supervisors about adapting TF-CBT both for local context/culture AND to address social determinants in health. Strategies for latter are amazing examples of & colleagues recent recs. Amazing work!
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 20
Yes we thought the same! Was excited to see the call come out!
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 15
Loved getting a photo of 3 of our mamas and our loved babies! Needed to have found too!
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Shannon Dorsey Sep 13
I do! Darn you
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